MCQST2021 Virtual Poster Session
At MCQST we do like a good challenge. This might include solving the mysteries of the quantum realm or even organizing an interactive virtual poster session – we do not shy away from such tasks.
The poster session will take place in a virtual 3D environment, which simulates a conventional poster session. The space consists of seven gallery rooms, where posters are displayed on virtual walls. We do our best to offer a similar experience to the classic poster sessions, with an emphasis on interactions. You just need to bring your own beer and pretzels.
To get a peek into the various exciting research presented at the poster sessions during the conference (19 -23 July), we invite you to browse the poster pages, and watch the 1-minute video pitches created by the researchers presenting at the poster sessions next week.
During the conference, participants are welcome to visit the poster rooms at any time - posters are on display and accessible during the entire conference. However, during the official poster session times, the presenters are available for questions.
Officially, there are two poster sessions at MCQST2021. During this time, conference participants can visit the poster galleries, discover the diverse projects presented and, directly interact with the presenters via video chat. Networking has never been easier.
- Poster Session I | All posters are presenting
Monday, 19 July 18:00 - 19:30 CEST
- Poster Session II | All posters are presenting
Wednesday, 21 July 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Make the most of the virtual format – you have the possibility to enhance your poster with “annotations”. You can add up to five media (text, images, video, audio, voice) elements relevant to your project.
Poster sessions are held on Mon & Wed. You will then “present” your poster as you would do at a real conference, only via a video chat session. Here, visitors can easily pop-in and discuss with you.
Your creativity and poster skills are awarded - best participating posters, most creative video pitches, engagement on Twitter. See prize details below.
MCQST awards three of the best posters presented at MCQST2021. The prizes consist of a money prize of €150, generously donated by Menlo Systems GmbH.
A prize jury comprised of MCQST members and researchers will carefully select the top three posters.
We will award the top three most creative video pitches with an award of €50.
The winners are selected by the MCQST office and the prize is generously donated by Menlo Systems GmbH.
The top 10 tweets posted by July 22nd at noon CEST will get free lunch on July 23rd. Just order from your favorite restaurant and we will reimburse your costs up to €20 / person.
Post something that will spark curiosity and excitement for your research using #MCQST2021
Prizes were announced during the Closing and Award Ceremony on Friday, July 23rd starting 16:00 CEST.
MCQST 2021 Awards
Best Poster Awards
- Florian Ginzel, University of Konstanz | Poster C.4. Proposal for a cavity-mediated measurement of the exchange interaction in a triple quantum dot
- Philipp Krüger, Walther Meissner Institute | Poster D.6. Microwave quantum key distribution in noisy environment
- Pooja Malik, LMU Munich | Poster D.9. Entanglement of Distant Atoms over up to 33 km Fiber
Best Video Pitches Awards
- Best Visual Effects - Peter Freiwang, LMU Munich | D.3. Quantum Key Distribution with Nano-Satellites
- Best Screenplay - Stefan Huber, Leibniz Supercomputing Centre | B.8. Quantum simulators at LRZ: strategy and benchmarks
- Best Production Design - Kristina Liu, TU Munich | E.3. Surface NMR using quantum sensors in diamond
Good scientific practice & code of conduct
Keep in mind the good ethical practices when it comes to copyright and intellectual property.
In an attempt to minimize any possible infringement on intellectual property, we do not offer download options for the participating posters. Please also consider that due to the nature of the virtual format, some things are out of our control. Therefore, we strongly encourage all participants to act in good conscious and with respect towards the work of their peers.
By participating and attending MCQST2021, in line with our Guidelines, we expect you to treat everyone with respect, fairly, and use this event for expanding your knowledge and gaining insight into other research projects. Please support us in upholding a constructive and inspiring atmosphere throughout the event by showing patience, respect, and benevolence towards all participants.